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Precalculus Review

  1. Apr 5, 2014 #1
    Dear all, I am looking to refresh my memory as to some material at a precalculus level. At the moment I am traversing a course in single variable calculus but I feel some review would be useful.

    The following is a list of materials readily available to me so I would appreciate any guidance you can offer. I have tried to do some research as to some suggested texts but have had trouble narrowing it down beyond the following. I have little issue with mixing/matching as necessary if any text has a superior presentation of certain topics.

    Algebra and Trigonometry by Axler.
    Basic Mathematics by Lang.
    Principles of Mathematics by Allendoefer and Oakley.
    Calculus 1 with Precalculus by Larson (not seen suggested but a friend has a copy he is willing to give to me so I thought I should list it).
    Gelfand Maths Series by Gelfand et al (Algebra, Trig, Functions and Graphs, Method of Coordinates, Sequences, Combinations and Limits; Lines and Curves: A Practical Geometry Handbook).
    Geometry by Jacobs.
    Elements of Algebra by Euler.
    Euclid's Elements by Euclid.
     
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  3. Oct 11, 2014 #2
    To be honest, just use your friends precalculus with calculus textbook.
    It will contain all the algebra and trigonometry that you will need for calculus.
     
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